corrco wrote:Does seem to be a bit of a bomb,doesn't it? I have the TS-410, which updated without incident. My TS-559 Pro II has had all kinds of issues, most noticeably vanishing from the network. I downgraded to 3.6.1 and applied the samba patch, and it was restored. Tried the upgrade to 3.7.1 again and it now sort of works - if I ping it and connect via Qfinder enough times it will eventually show up as its IP address. Argumentative QNAP support person insisted this was a windows problem - funny how it's only a windows problem in 3.7x. This thread might point to the root of the problem, and possible solution. I am not sure how they are getting the upgrade log info, so must do more research:
login as: admin
[~] # mkdir /mnt/HDA_ROOT/update
[~] # cd /mnt/HDA_ROOT/update
[/mnt/HDA_ROOT/update] # rm -rf /mnt/update
[/mnt/HDA_ROOT/update] # mv /share/download/TS-410_3.7.1_20120615.img /mnt/HDA_ROOT/update
[/mnt/HDA_ROOT/update] # ln -sf /mnt/HDA_ROOT/update /mnt/update
[/mnt/HDA_ROOT/update] # /etc/init.d/update.sh /mnt/HDA_ROOT/update/TS-410_3.7.1_20120615.img
Using 120-bit encryption - (QNAPNASVERSION4)
model name = TS-410
version = 3.7.1
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OLD MODEL NAME = TS-410
tune2fs 1.41.4 (27-Jan-2009)
Setting maximal mount count to -1
Setting interval between checks to 0 seconds
Update image using HDD ...
Check uImage size ... Pass
Check initrd.boot size ... Pass
Check rootfs2.img size ... Pass
Check Flash ROM
Update Kernel ...
Update Basic RootFS ...
Update Basic RootFS2 ...
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set cksum 
[/mnt/HDA_ROOT/update] # reboot
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